There are an estimated 1,500 impairment-related crash deaths in Canada each year, and in order to better help these people, a new, more user friendly website was needed. The old website was outdated and needed a proper facelift and a design to match the times. The previous site was also not mobile ready, and this new site is fully mobile responsive for any visitor viewing the site on a smartphone or tablet.
Everyone at A. Waxman and Associates was involved, in some way, in putting together their brand new website, which features a more navigable home screen in order to better serve and assist their many clients. With an estimated 14.6% of the Canadian population suffering from an activity-limiting injury since 2009, they are a busy firm that realizes having a more functional website will benefit their clients.
When visitors first enter the site, they will now see a website that has a fresh, clean look. Visitors will also be able to properly view the site when visiting from a smartphone or tablet, since the new design is mobile responsive, making it more adaptable to a client's mobile screen.
Many law firm websites still have an old, stale look and are not ready for mobile devices. The new A. Waxman and Associates website has all the bells and whistles of a website designed for the technologies that are coming out, and the advancements of the Internet.
The firm has been receiving plenty of positive feedback from customers. The site's ease of use, especially for those visiting the site from mobile devices, is a common praise. With an estimated 299,838 motor vehicle crash related injuries in Canada in 2010, more clients are turning to their mobile devices for immediate help and guidance as soon as an accident occurs.
"The new site format is simple, easy to navigate, and features a blog with many helpful posts that explain different aspects of the legal process," says Aaron Waxman, the firm's lead partner. Also included in the new website are "Various aspects of disability claims and interesting medical developments pertaining to brain injuries, depression, and other psychological illnesses," Waxman explains.
To check out their new website, visit www.awaxmanlaw.ca. For any questions or comments, call (416) 661-4879.